Norfolk Wildlife Trust

A brother and sister are hoping their charity-inspired idea will tick the right boxes after launching their own watch business.

A 12ft basking shark was spotted on a rare appearance in the shallow waters off the north Norfolk coast.

Family friendly and fruitful apple facts and festivals

Preserving a pair of the region’s natural treasures will be the focus of an illustrated talk hosted by the Wymondham Nature Group.

Gee up your weekend with a family friendly visit to the horses

Here’s a look at some of the great family events taking place across Norfolk this month.

Councillors have approved plans for 29 new homes on the former David Rice Hospital site in Drayton.

North Norfolk’s colourful coastal landscape will be celebrated at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust visitor centre at Cley, in a festival featuring creative art workshops, guided walks and health and wellbeing events.

Development of the former David Rice hospital site in Drayton could be imminent - 14 years after the original buildings were demolished.

Teacher Joe Harkness has developed his own approach to managing mental ill health - bird therapy. He told Sheena Grant more...

Characterised by the distinct landscape of the Brecks, Wayland boasts areas of forests, miles of walking trails through beautiful countryside and traditional villages and hamlets.

Family fun is sailing into Great Yarmouth when the annual Maritime Festival docks next month.

Conservation organisers and individuals are in a race against time to discover the special wildlife on North Norfolk’s coast.

The tireless efforts of a community workforce volunteering thousands of unpaid hours to help Norfolk’s wildlife was celebrated at an annual awards ceremony.

A wildlife charity has been hit by an “appalling” theft that has seen rare caterpillars and plants stolen from an internationally important nature reserve.

Visit some of the best views in Norfolk and Suffolk and enjoy the beautiful sights that are on offer this side of the country.

From rolling hills to sandy beaches, salt marshes to city skylines, East Anglia has some of the most picturesque landscapes, and therefore some of the best scenic views. These are our 25 favourites.

We have a fabulous selection of treats to share with you at the Royal Norfolk Show. Here are some of the Show Director’s picks for 2017...

Recognised for its scenic splendour, Mulbarton Common boasts an array of typical Norfolk meadow plants that make it so special.

As part of an ongoing conservation project 16 Dartmoor ponies are settling into their new lives in Norfolk.

Your fishing rights on the Broads

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Sporting rights on the majority of the main Broads were awarded to the adjoining landowners by Enclosure Acts during the early 19th century.

It’s June - which means it’s officially summer. And if you fancy something a little different from the usual trips to the beach, here’s 20 outdoors events to get you out of the house and into the sunshine.

With the half term week now upon us, we’ve put together a list of activities - both inside and out - families can enjoy over the next few days.

A community-led Bioblitz of one of Norwich’s richest sites of natural and local history is set to record species through an army of citizen scientists for the first time in the city.

As summer approaches, we’ve put together a list of reasons to visit this year’s Royal Norfolk Show, being held on June 28 and 29 at the Norfolk Showground.

If your children (or you) think walking is boring, here’s how to turn pedestrian foot-dragging to passionate foot-first fun.

Several of these walks are part of the 10th Suffolk Walking Festival, plus events and ideas from Norfolk through late May and early June

East Anglia’s continuing lack of rainfall has left river levels low, caused crop concerns for farmers, and sparked longer-term fears for wildlife if the dry spell turns into a summer drought.

It’s National Mills Weekend and windmills and watermills across East Anglia will be welcoming visitors with tours, sail-turning, bread-baking and, for the more morbid among you, bones and spooky stories

A charity walk through a Broads village is raising funds for more than 20 charities.

If all the bank holidays mean your budget is taking a battering, try these suggestions for family days out for free...

Nesting within Thetford Forest these goshawks will help both visitors conservationist learn more about the bird of prey.

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